Persolvo Data Systems, a leading provider of web‐based settlement software and analytics tools designed to locate, identify and settle consumer accounts enrolled in debt settlement programs, announced today that it will be presenting at the upcoming 16th Annual Debt Buyers Association annual conference in Las Vegas, NV, February 5‐7, 2013. Persolvo’s Chief Operating Officer, Teresa Dodson, will participate in a panel discussion about the Debt Settlement industry on Wednesday, February 6th, beginning at 4:15 pm.

In the session entitled “Best Practices for Leveraging Debt Settlement Companies”, Ms. Dodson will provide an overview of the current state of the debt settlement industry, discuss how recent regulatory compliance requirements are affecting debt settlement companies, share insights into new and emerging debt settlement models and outline specific strategies to help debt buyers more effectively leverage this channel to increase liquidation of their debt portfolios.

Ms. Dodson commented, “I am delighted that the DBA has once again chosen to schedule a panel discussion at their annual conference to cover the important topics surrounding the debt settlement industry and I am looking forward to sharing a number of industry updates with the conference attendees.”

CONCERTO 3.0 from Persolvo Data Systems is the first patent‐pending system to aggregate account information on debtors enrolled in debt relief programs with leading debt settlement companies and law firms. Persolvo’s web‐based PCI‐compliant settlement application allows creditors and collectors to locate debtors, analyze their account information to uncover highly‐liquid settlement opportunities, and settle large numbers of accounts online with hundreds of debt settlement companies. The Persolvo system is the largest database of aggregated debt settlement accounts available today and provides the most accurate and up‐to‐date information, including the settlement savings balances of debtors enrolled in debt settlement programs. For more information, visit

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